This magnificent apartment is located in the historic district of Salamanca and in one of the most iconic historical buildings in Madrid. It is located on the third floor with 14 windows facing out, a ceiling height of three and a half meters and a beautiful portal with two entrances and stairs. The house has two elevators.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The apartment has three main bedrooms with bathrooms, two bedrooms with a shared bathroom, a spacious hall with paneled walls from a noble forest, a library, a living room with a fireplace, a wide corridor with a beautiful bookcase on one of its walls, a large bright dining room with a beautiful a semicircular window, a kitchen, a terrace and a service door that leads to an internal staircase with forklifts.
Marble countertops, wood panels, wooden floors, double glazing, central heating.
The Salamanca quarter is one of the most iconic districts of Madrid, both due to its unique layout and thanks to its inhabitants, who usually settle in its cozy streets.
Due to the increasing population of the city under Queen Isabel II, a decree was issued in the second half of XIX on the construction of a new quarter. He got his name by the name of the Marquise of Salamanca, José de Salamanca and Majol from Malaga, who built a carefully designed complex of buildings intended for the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie of Madrid. The buildings of the complex are distinguished by a special architectural style and the beauty of the facades.
Traditionally, Salamanca has been the home of the country's political and financial elite. Over the past fifty years, business, diplomacy and, of course, trade have burst into the measured life of the quarter, which has turned it into one of the largest luxury fashion centers.